Parties at the School of Sorcery

That was so much fun!” said my 9 year old… many thanks to Nearly Legless Mick and his crew of devoted Potter fan-staff for providing an unforgettably enjoyable party for my daughter and her friends and family.

— Alison

Brews & Bubbles Potions Class

Your Potions Professor awaits!

There is much to learn at a bewitching Brews and Bubbles Potions class.

In this class you will master the subtle art of potion-making and experience the thrill of forging magic from ancient ingredients, nurtured and gathered by our dedicated professors.

Great surprises and secrets await. Be beguiled by stories of magical creatures and enchanted plants and walk in the footsteps of your favourite witches and wizards.

A break between potions is imperitive to replenish one’s energy with a tankard of our famous QBrew, carefully concocted on site.

Here’s why you should book a Potions Class for a magical party every time!

  • Themed, magical potions classroom
  • Truly immersive experience
  • Passionate, knowledgeable professors
  • Party extras for young witches and wizards
  • No pre-party stress and no post-party clean-up
  • Catering options including cakes, toasties and fruit platters
  • A delicious QBrew for every student
  • Easy bookings process
  • Magical memories that will surely last a lifetime!

You won’t need to break into the vault to pay for a Potions Class!

$34.50 per student up to ten, including the guest of honour

Package includes:

  • Creative, customisable email invitations
  • Private, themed party room
  • Seated area to enjoy food and cake
  • A dedicated Professor
  • 90 minutes of spell-binding fun
  • Two hands-on potions, including one to take home
  • A tankard of our famous QBrew for every student

Extra children $22.50 per head up to a maximum of 16 students

Add more FUN to the MAGIC with extras when you book your magical party online.

$50 discount when you book on a weekday

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